Grassland Monthly Real Estate Recap: November 2019

December 7, 2019

Happy December! I hope this note finds you hustlin’ and bustlin’ your way to a merry gathering — or even just a fine glass of boxed wine, party of one. And as if you didn’t already have enough reason to be jolly, this ought to bring some joy to your world.

Straight to the Point

Grassland area home sales have SHATTERED any Grassland records in the past 13 years! Last month, there were 36 closings of homes zoned for Grassland Middle School – and narrowing down even further to homes zoned Grassland Elementary School, we saw 15 closings! Cha-Ching for our home values!

We haven’t seen this much activity in November for homes zoned for Grassland Elementary School since 2006 – with the most robust activity before that being in the years 2003, 2004 and 2005. (November 2004 saw 21 closings!)

Check out this chart I made:

It shows how many Grassland Elementary-zoned homes were sold in each November in the past decade. You’ll also see the average sales price for each November.

As the chart shows, November 2019 had an average sales price of about $872,000! The average price per square-foot in our area for November 2019 was $207.

All of this information is according to the MLS data in our region – and I put together this fancy-schmancy bar graph myself. My inner-nerd is so satisfied giddy right now.

More November Numbers

  • For homes zoned Grassland Elementary School:
    • Average year built: 1991
    • Average list price: $971,587
    • Average square footage: 4,018
    • Average days on market: 57
    • Price of the most expensive home sold: $2,750,000
  • For homes zoned Grassland Middle School:
    • Average year built: 1994
    • Average list price: $736,037
    • Average square footage: 3,326
    • Average days on market: 36
    • Average price per square footage: $211
    • Price of the most expensive home sold: $2,750,000

Tracking the Trend

What I’ve found in November falls in line with what I wrote about in October — also an impressive month for real estate in our area. Click here to see October’s monthly recap.

Meanwhile, tonight we can relax and party like it’s 1999. Or 2006, anyway, since that’s the last time our homes were selling at this pace during this time of the year.

I’m a Grassland area resident… I’m a Williamson County, TN Realtor®… and I always offer a complimentary, no commitment, no pressure meeting to see what your home could sell for. I love helping my neighbors buy and sell homes!

Click here to see my weekly blog posts, monitoring our Real Estate activity as it happens.